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C O U R S E YA R D A G E G U I D E

Brighton, Ontario, Canada (613) 475-1022 www.timberridgegolf.net


Stay & Play Various Hotels, Motels and Bed & Breakfast Packages are available. Inquire for more information.


Looking for the perfect Location for your Event? Let Timber Ridge take care of the details. The Timber Room accommodates groups of up to 150 for weddings, banquets and other functions.

Timber Ridge’s event area is available for indoor and outdoor weddings.

Compliment your business meeting by adding breakfast, lunch or mid-afternoon snack followed by a round of golf.


Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner!

Timber Ridge’s Ironwood Lounge and the Southside Terrace are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

We have a “Call Box” at the 9th Tee. Place your order to our restaurant for express pick-up in the clubhouse at the turn.


Located in the rolling hills of Northumberland County, Timber Ridge Golf Course offers 18 holes of very challenging golf. This picturesque course is conveniently located south of Highway 401 between Brighton and Trenton, just one hour east of Toronto. Timber Ridge offers many challenges; large undulating greens, 80 well placed bunkers, long unruly fescue and mature bush. Four sets of tees allow all levels of golfers the opportunity to enjoy the beauty and unique features of each hole. The uniquely designed clubhouse includes banquet facilities, offering the perfect setting for corporate functions or tournaments. To experience the finest in golf with exceptional service include Timber Ridge Golf Course on your must golf list.


Course Legend Tee

Yards

Par

Course Rating

Slope Rating

Gold Blue White Red

6,633 6,203 5,711 5,160

71 71 71 71

70.5/76.8 68.6/74.7 66.5/71.8 64.7/68.2

137/141 129/137 122/128 111/122

Men/Ladies

Coloured stakes in the fairway are measured along the contour of the fairway to the centre of the green. Coloured flags on the green indicate:

Front

Men/Ladies

100 Yards 150 Yards 200 Yards Middle

Back

All sprinkler heads are marked in yards to the centre of the greens.

O.B.

Out of Bounds Direction of Slope on Green

177

Yardages from Tee to Targets

*Tee yardages are measured from the O.G.A markers Anyone interested in obtaining advertising space is asked to contact the Timber Ridge Golf Course office at (613) 475-1022 or Toll Free (866) 228-GOLF (4653)


Score Card Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 out 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 IN TOTAL

Par 5 4 3 5 4 4 4 3 4 36 4 5 3 4 3 5 4 3 4 35 71

Gold 505 394 208 545 355 405 445 142 402 3,401 385 540 205 452 170 525 425 160 370 3,232 6,633

Blue White Red HDCP 485 465 425 15 360 335 275 9 164 130 115 13 515 490 460 7 336 310 285 11 390 360 305 3 420 380 330 1 130 110 98 17 375 340 320 5 3,175 2,920 2,613 360 340 325 6 515 490 445 14 175 150 140 18 418 376 352 4 160 140 120 12 490 445 415 10 410 380 340 2 140 130 120 16 360 340 290 8 3,028 2,791 2,547 6,203 5,711 5,160


HOLE 1

– 54

PA R 5 505 485 465 425

Trees to centre of Green

O.B.

O.B.

Your game will be challenged early on the first hole. Hit your tee shot left centre of the fairway. Lay up your second shot to the 100 yard marker to avoid all the trouble surrounding the green.

O.B. To edge of Bunker

18 18

– 158 13

20 20

40 40

– 198 – 220 – 234


HOLE 2 O.B.

PA R 4 394 360 335 275

Residential Area O.B.

To edge of Bunker

O.B.

100 –

To edge of Bunker

A tee shot that finds the right centre of the fairway is ideal for your approach into this green. The green is divided in the centre with a ridge so club selection is very important.

– 136 16

16 38

166 – 190 – 222 –

– 198

11 11

– 216 – 244

21


HOLE 3 PA R 3 208 164 130 115 A great Par 3. The green is well protected with water and sand to the right, trees to the left. Usually plays downwind and slightly shorter. Par is a good score on this difficult hole.

21 38

17


HOLE 4 PA R 5

O.B.

545 515 490 460

Stone Fence

Your tee shot needs to be straight on this long Par 5, to make par or better. The fairway narrows the closer you get to the green, so use caution in selecting a club for your second shot.

Yardage 152

O.B. To carry Bunker To edge of Bunker

17

130 – 156 –

– 166 – 192

186 – 208 –

– 222 – 244

36

15


HOLE 5 PA R 4 355 336 310 285 To have a clear approach to the green, your tee shot needs to get past the tall tree on the left corner of the dog leg. A fairway wood or a long iron is all that is required off the tee for a short approach into the green.

To edge of Fairway

To Tree

16 16

– 198

132 – 33

– 218

148 –

– 244

174 –

9 19 1

188 –

– 258


HOLE 6 PA R 4

Residential Area O.B.

To edge of Bunker

To have the best angle into the green, hit your tee shot down the right side of this hole. This green is well protected and an approach to the right side of the green is wise, regardless of where the flag is.

To carry Bunker

O.B. To edge of Bunker

110 –

66 –

405 390 360 305

– 184

– 244

178 – 138 – 202 – 160 –

– 258 – 280

16 16

166 – 126 –

33 33

12


HOLE 7 PA R 4 445 420 380 330

O.B.

Fence Line

This long Par 4 demands an accurate drive avoiding bunkers left and right. A tee shot that finds the fairway will still have a long approach into the green that is bunkered in the front. Out of Bounds taunts you all the way down the right side.

14

17

17

14

33 33

24

O.B. To edge of Bunker

To carry Bunker To edge of Bunker

156 –

– 94

– 132

204 –

– 146

– 184

238 –

– 180

– 218

260 –

– 204

– 242


HOLE 8 PA R 3 142 130 110 96 A short Par 3. Avoid the bunkers in the front of the green and you should have a good chance at a par or birdie. This hole plays downwind and slightly shorter.

34

22 22


HOLE 9 PA R 4

Waste Area

402 375 340 320

To edge of Bunker

A great finishing hole on this challenging front nine. Hit your tee shot to the 150 yard marker for a good look at this elevated and well bunkered green. The green is wide, but not deep, so be careful with club selection.

224 – 13

21

21

13

25

254 – 282 –

38

302 –


HOLE 10 PA R 4 385 360 340 325

To edge of Bunker To edge of Bunker To carry Water

To edge of Water

234 – 174 –

– 152

A strategic tee shot is required as your ball drops into the valley bellow. If you carry the creek from the tee, you will have the best approach into the green. Short of the creek will leave a blind or semiblind shot to the green.

– 218 20

248 –

190 –

266 – 208 – 286 –

228 –

– 168

– 234

– 186

– 252

– 204

– 270

40


HOLE 11 PAR 5 540 515 490 445 Your target off the tee should be the last bunker on the left side of the fairway. Make sure that your second shot is played far enough to the right as the waste area to the left comes into play if you aim for the green.

To edge of Bunker

Carry left corner of Pond

To edge of Bunker

176 – 42

218 – 22

244 – 270 –

146 –

– 108

188 – 212 – 240 –

– 142 – 168 – 194


HOLE 12 PA R 3 205 175 150 140 This Par 3 has a very large green, making club selection important. A waste area all the way down the left side and fescue down the right side will gobble up any errant tee shots.

19

21

19

42


HOLE 13 PA R 4 452 418 376 352 A long Par 4, but it plays downhill and downwind. The best position off the tee is left centre of the fairway. If you miss the green on your approach to the right, your ball will find one of the three very deep greenside bunkers. Avoid them at all costs.

To 200 yard Marker

152 – 176 – 38 17

218 – 252 –


HOLE 14 PA R 3 170 160 140 120 A challenging mid iron Par 3. This hole plays uphill and slightly longer. Use an extra club to avoid the bunker in the front of the green. The green has many ups and downs and requires constant attention.

13

19

21

38


HOLE 15 PA R 5 525 490 445 415

To edge of Bunker

This Par 5 dog legs twice before the green. Start your tee shot towards the bunkers with a draw to find the ideal position in the fairway, From there, either lay up with a short iron to 100 yard marker or go for the green with a fairway wood.

To edge of Bunker To Tree

221 1

34 16

240 –

114 –

268 –

142 –

312 –

187 –

340 – 214 –

– 156 – 188 – 238 – 266


HOLE 16 PA R 4 425 410 380 340

To carry Bunkes

To edge of Bunker

A straight drive is a must on this hole. It is guarded by trees down both sides of the fairway. Club selection is key if you want to get close to the flag on the very large undulating green. Par is a good score on this hole.

21 21

74 – 110 – 138 – 156 –

– 104 – 140 – 166 – 184

42

19


HOLE 17 PA R 3 160 140 130 120 A beautiful par 3 that drops 75 feet from tee to green. A long narrow green is your target. Use one or two clubs less as the hole plays shorter due to the elevation change.

16

40


HOLE 18 PA R 4

To carry Bunker

To edge of Bunker

To carry Bunker To edge of Bunker

134 –

106 –

170 –

144 –

370 360 340 290 The ideal position for your tee shot is just short of the bunkers on the right. This will leave you a short to mid iron into this wide but shallow green. This green is elevated and bunkered in front. Give yourself enough club to get onto the green.

– 148 – 172 – 192

– 216

196 –

170 –

– 218

– 240

206 –

180 –

– 228

– 250

22

38


Learning Centre

As well a premium golf couse, Timber Ridge also has a world class learning centre. Five large target greens, sand bunker and chipping green provide all the required facilities to improve your game.


Driving Directions

Coming from Belleville via the 401 West

Exit 522, Wooler Road. South on Wooler Road to Telephone Road. Turn right on Telephone road, traveling West for7 km. Turn left (south) on Bullis road, travel 1 km. Turn right on Timber Ridge Drive

Coming from Toronto, via the 401 East

Exit 509. Cross Highway 30 onto Telephone Road, (which runs parallel with the 401). Follow Telephone Road for 7 km. Turn right (south) on Bullis road, travel 1 km. Turn right on Timber Ridge Drive

Coming from the West on Hwy 2

Follow Highway 2 to Smithfield, turn left onto Walt Street. Follow Walt Street to Whites Road, turn left onto Whites Road. Turn right on the first road on the right, which is Bullis Road. Travel about 1 km to Timber Ridge Drive.Turn left on Timber Ridge Drive

Coming from the East on Hwy 2

Follow Hwy 2 to Smithfield, turn right onto Walt Street. Follow Walt Street to Whites Road, turn left onto Whites Road. Turn right on the first road on the right, which is Bullis Road. Travel about 1 km to Timber Ridge Drive. Turn left on Timber Ridge Drive.

The clubhouse is located on the left near the end of Timber Ridge Drive.


For more information or to book your tee time call

(613) 475-1022

Online bookings available at: www.timberridgegolf.net

Timber Ridge G.C. 19 Timber Ridge Drive, R.R. #3, Brighton, Ontario KOK 1H0 E-mail: info@timberridgegolf.net

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